Alternative Sweeteners from 5 Ways to Make Home-Made Doughnuts Slideshow

5 Ways to Make Home-Made Doughnuts Slideshow

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Alternative Sweeteners

Sugar helps with the chemical composition of many recipes, but that doesn’t mean some can’t be taken out and replaced with another form of sweetener. Try experimenting with zero-calorie sugar alternatives like stevia, monk fruit, or agave. This hack can work for the frosting as well.

This healthy pumpkin spice doughnut recipe only uses almond milk, yogurt, and maple syrup to make its delicate frosting.